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. the streets of los angeles. >> and the report is in, what a sweeping run the disciplinary action will mean for oakland already under manned police force. good evening, i'm dana king. >> an ownership change will now have serious consequences for hundreds of workers. cbs 5 reporter with a story you'll see only on cbs 5. sharon. >> yeah, workers said they will be fired in two months because they are illegal immigrants. there aren't any firm numbers, but up to 400 people could lose their jobs. some workers got a letter from starbucks saying there's discrepancy from their social security numbers and they have 60 days to prove they will be here legally. the letter upset this worker. he wanted his voice disguised because he's an illegal immigrant. >> we put a lot of work -- 200 cooks, dishwashers, would be let go at the 19 stores, and another 200 workers where the pastries are baked in south san francisco. at the bakery, one worker says he is not worried because he is an american citizen. >> so there are people who got notices that your social security did you remember doesn't matter, is that
in just a few minutes. >>> space shuttle endeavour's travel through los angeles streets has slowed from a crawl to a dead stop. it's now six hours behind schedule on its route to its final home. this is a live look at its stop in its tracks. problems include small issues with the transporter that needed fixing, and crowds that are growing larger and getting in the way. we look at the intricate maneuvering to get it to its final resting place. >> feel like a kid in a candy store. >> i want to see it going down the middle of the city street in los angeles. >> reporter: as soon as the shuttle endeavour appeared along neighborhood streets, the excitement erupted. >> it's really awesome, and i'm kind of, like, oh my god! >> right there! the wing is so close, the authorities were actually pushing back onlookers who were trying to reach out and touch it. >> reporter: you can see balconies filled with people reaching out. but while the closest may be thrilling for these onlookers, it also presented challenges. the shuttles wing got stuck behind this tree and needed to do a reverse maneuver to
, the space shuttle endeavour, the latest on the spacecraft's grand tour of los angeles. >> and women in the bay area on the run. the cause that got them out as we speak. >> and good for them. as we start out with foggy skies and fog in the bay area, and where they go from there will be the subject of the weather when we come back after the break. miles above earth, hoping to make a . >>> all right. we are looking at live pictures right away. there will be an attempt to break a world record, break the sound barrier. extreme athlete felix baumgardner started his atent to 23-miles above earth and then he is going to jump. >> and what we have here is a view from way up high as they are on their way up to -- what is this, more than 20-miles. >> 20-miles above the earth. >> he is going up in a pressurized pap skull pulled by a 5 story helium balloon supposed to take three hours to climb through the stratosphere. he will jump into a near volume area up there with no oxygen to begin with. expected to be the fastest and furthest free fall from the highest point ever maned in a balloon. >>
san bernardino county... ana sheriff's deputy shot in los angeles... h >>> a police chase near seattle, a jail break in san bernardino, and a sheriff's deputy shot in los angeles. how it all might be tired to the murder of a retired teacher here in the bay area. >> tonight, her mother thinks the case may be solved. >> and another night of rain in the bay area, packing some lightning and thunder this time. >> two people in custody tonight may be connected to the murder of a retired school teacher in hercules. darnell washington and his wife, tanya, were arrested this morning in washington state where they were found in the car stolen from suzie's house where she was murdered friday night. the wild scene that unfolded and the trail of mayhem that stretches all the way back to southern california. >> reporter: the discovery of the blue subyou -- suburu with a shot gun inside, the first glimmer of hope. >> the initial reaction is relief. we've been working so hard to find some major clue. >> reporter: this morning, recovers near seattle arrested the couple who smashed the car in a
and there are no descriptions. >> well los angeles is legendary for slow commutes, but the newest vehicle, the shuttle endeavor made a trip no one is to forget. why that excursion was unexpectedly extended. >>> apparently endeavor was struggling with the idea of remateriality. when it made it's triumphant entrance, it was more than 15 hours late. even for a commute in los angeles, they was whopper. on friday, it snuck a late- night look at the doughnut shop and turned the 405 freeway into a shuttle crossing. when it alived yesterday morning, it was more than an hour ahead of schedule, then everything seemed to slow it's roll. >> i turned on the news and i was like oh, yeah, we're gonna see it. >> the crowd suffering dehydration in the hot sun got in the way. it nearly clipped buildings and trees. moving at one mile an hour, it wasn't even giving mulasus is run for it's money. >> already high wires had to be lifted while even more trees were trimmed. the shuttle lost more time when a scheduled maintenance stop stretched from two hours all the way to five. then the final stretch along martin luther king boulevar
and will be front and center in this week's president debate los angeles and that is one of the reasons why earlier this week, we sat down request with u.s. senator dianne feinstein. i asked her if anyone knows what happened at the consulate. >> i can this will you -- tell you. this i think we know what happens now. and there is no question it was a terrorist attack. there is no question about the security that it was nad "and i think there is no question we need to work on our intelligence. there were five prior attacks, including one on the british ambassador in libya and that is something that. >> to get a better grasp of and so that that doesn't happen again. >> and was there a cia or intelligence flaw? >> i think what happened was the director of national intelligence, which we called the dni, who is a very good individual, the former head of the defense agency, put out speaking points on the initial intelligence assessment. i think that was possibly a mistake. and i agree you have to take a good look as to whether our intelligence, particularly in the nine middle eastern countries, very troub
held a star studied fundraiser in los angeles sunday night. he told the crowd his poll policies helped lower the unemployment rate to 7.8%. >> we're not there yet. we have too many americans looking for work. >> reporter: sings katie perry and jennifer hudson took the stage. >> they just perform flawlessly night after night. i can't always say the same >> reporter: national polls say the race is tightening. wednesday's debate gave romney much needed -- >> we're going to win florida and take back the white house. >> reporter: american leadership will return if he's elected is what some had to say. >> i'll take the care and restore the principles. >> reporter: romney is expected to start with a major speech on foreign policy monday. >> tomorrow president obama will attend a campaign fundraiser in san francisco. it's his final berry visit before the election. >>> this week the vice presidentable candidates will have their first meeting. as we saw before, the campaigns are busy preparing the public f
getting a refind. >> los angeles is cool with medical marijuana again. why the second largest -- why to close down its special coffee out. >> word of wisdom about the sale into a perfect storm. the only question tonight, can muni save the city from drowning in people? find out. park - only to lea >>> they donated their time and money to bail out a beloved state park system, only to learn california really didn't need the help. now, those donors would like their money back. but as cbs 5 reporter explains, the date says no way. >> the most aggravated thing for me is, we worked like the devil for more than a year to raise enough funds to keep the park open for three years and suddenly discover it's not needed. >> winslow and his wife are two of the many people who donated their time and money. all to keep their beloved henry co.state park from closing. their copark preservation fund became a state wild audit. raising $350,000. then came news the park's department had a stash of $54 million somehow hidden in its own budget. >> if they did know, shame on them. >> more than enough to
of los angeles. with a wing clearance of 6 inches, sidewalks on martin luther king boulevard and crenshaw will be closed. the shuttle is so big, it will move at 1 to 2 miles an hour. and the company that picked the 12-mile route hopes this is the last time they have to move a spaceship. >> this is the largest vehicle ever moved on earth on the ground ever. and i think we have had enough. >> every precaution is being taken with four spotters and a driver who will use a wireless control panel to carefully ma maneuver the transporter. >> good evening, everybody. today, cool, cloudy, more scattered rain showers. today, you want to see how cool it was? take a welcome at look at some of the numbers. fremont at 64. otherwise 57 degrees in san francisco. when typically we should be sporting 70 degrees. tonight overnight into the 40s and 50s. the winds continue to blow out of the west. 10 to 20 miles per hour. that right there, that is the cutoff area of low pressure. we have been describing that for over a week. finally digging ever so slightly to the south, but the wrap around moisture conti
is settling into its new digs tonight. the 12-mile journey through the streets of los angeles at times hazardous to its new home at the california science center took most of the weekend zigzagging their way through tight corridors and under hundreds of power lines by many trees. arriving 16 hours late, but endeavour didn't suffer a scratch. its final mission accomplished. >>> and another space mission accomplished. an austiran man plunged 24 miles up. breaking the record for the highest free fall and the sound barrier in the process. he says that he hopes to train the next daredevil to break his record. >>> it's that time of the year again. male deer are out looking for mates. apparently they're not paying attention to much else. cbs5 reporter on the unusual places where bucks are in a rut. >> reporter: it is deer mating season and bad things can happen on the hunt for romance. >> looking for love and getting in trouble. [ laughter ] >> reporter: yes, bucks are getting stuck. the non-profit wild rescue shot this video over the weekend of an entanglement. the confused deer wondered int
in los angeles. let's break it down for you. here's how stanford retained the act. weaving through for the touchdown. 189 yards a career high. all the points came in the first half. 14-3. they start to slowly put it away. offense held at 3 yards rushing. only had the ball 23 minutes. zach would be picked by wayne lions. maynard and the bears go away empty. 21 -3. the a's trading infielder to the diamond backs. shortstop. five years with the club and returned the a's are going to get chris young from arizona. low for average but as you can see tremendous pop. grounded out field for oakland. more moves could be on the way. but yes, missy franklin, five medals. four of them gold. sets an olympic record. she is going to bring a huge cash a to cal. >> all right. that's it for us. see you at 11:00 on cbs 5. good night. [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents fabulous but...when i add chicken, barbecue sauce... and cheese...and roll it up woo-wee! i've made a barbecue chicken crescent chow down. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky lay
that they often represent los angeles. a triangle of gridlock in mountain view boarded lie highway 101, amphitheater parkway, and north shoreline. len ramirez on the idea to prevent roads from turning into parking lots. >> i don't even take the freeway anymore. it's so bad. >> mostly on the way to work, there's a lot of bad traffic. >> it's pretty ugly. stop and go. >> it's a hell of a lot more stop than go. >> reporter: they're talking about getting to mountain view's north shoreline area. with only two roads into the area, now stacking up is one of the worst commutes in silicon valley. and laura messia says it could be getting worse. >> we could expect as many as 30,000 more people that have not been approved. so we need to plan for it carefully. >> reporter: his building was just sold to a high-tech company, and he'll be moving out. the new wave of projects has residents looking at a range of options, more shuttle buses, park and ride lots, and people-movers. building high-density worker housing is off the table due to the impact on wildlife. >> the pressures on wildlife would be s
and puts the lowest level in the presidency and the president is going to stop in los angeles and san francisco tomorrow and in the town of keen near bakersfield and they going to designate a national monument to the former home of latino farm worker leader cesar chavez and chavez who died in 1993d much of the work for farm workers while living in east san jose. >>> and that is not the way bay area fans wanted to start the play-offs, unfortunately. >> and that is still a start. still to come, how the giants and as faired as the post season is in the full swing. >> and is the worst of it over when it comes to the sudden surge in gas prices? the latest numbers from our local metro area. . >> first, clear skies later for the bay area and must be why they call it sunday. the temperatures in the 60s, and parts of san francisco, we'll have the entire forecast after we -- [ indiscernible ] california gas prices have t an all-time average high . . >>> gas prices, it was bound to happen. >> yes, and sometimes you wonder why it doesn't happen more often. they have hit an all-time average high.
on the november ballot would replace the capital punishment with life in prison without parole. the ufc los angeles times poll shows that 38% of the voters favored getting rid of the death penalty while 51% want to keep it. however that gap narrows when the voters find out that prop 34 also requires the convicted killers to work in prison and give their earnings to their victim's family. cbs5 talked to the supporters and the opponents of the measures. >>> right now, they are sitting in the cells, watching tv, talking to their lawyers. prop 34 will put an end to that and puts them to work. and it is no longer the death row inmates. sentencing them to life in prison without the possibility of parole. it also requires every person convicted of murder to work in prisons and pay restitutions to the victim's families. the representatives from both sides, they spoke on cbs5 eyewitness news this morning. >> i think when i read the cases of the people that will be on death row that it will be stunning in the evil that we're looking at. >> reporter: he is the district attorney for san mateo county, p
cloudy. los angeles and the southland looks good. by midweek it looks like rain will spread over the bay area just in time for halloween. but stay tuned. it could change. we will have the latest tonight. 81 in fairfield, 83 at livermore, 78 at concord and 23469 san francisco. the look ahead, rain in the way area midweek after a couple of nice days. by next weekend we clear it all up and it looks good. so, phil was absolutely right. >> that is right. for once! [ laughing ] >>> all right. u.s. senator diane feinstein is up for re-election and her campaign challenger the elizabeth empkin. she turned to youtube, her goal, forcing feinstein to do a debate, something she has not done before. empkin's campaign used some special camera tricks to look like we are sitting down together. empkin does all the talking but she is hoping the video goes viral. meanwhile the california democrat has spend more than four decades in public service. diane feinstein sat down with us and i asked her since she has been in congress, what has changed the most and what has she noticed has been affected mos
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